Mathulator

Mathulator


**Now Celebrating Over 5000 lines of code***

**Warning this is an alpha version, the app is incomplete and no number given by it should be considered correct until the app is actually release, you have been warned**

**This project has been orphaned. No one is currently developing it as the project was too large for one programmer to manage.**

Ever hated the fact that good graphing calculators are so expensive. When you have to have a good calculator but you don't want to pay $100, you can't do the work properly, and you can't get it done without hours of work, or at least an internet connection. Well now there is Mathulator.

It makes no sense that you have a phone or a tablet that is capable of doing everything that expensive calculator can do but still have to get it anyway. Not anymore. Mathulator aims to be the ultimate calculator, capable of doing anything those amazing graphing calculators can do, in color, with a touchscreen, and in your pocket wherever you are.

For those of you who are familiar with those fancy-shmancy it will still fit right in. The syntax and input is the same format as most new Texas Instruments calculators with only a few exceptions.

or if you want to take a look at the source check out
http://code.google.com/p/mathulator-alpha/

As of now there is a lot of Mathulator that doesn't work. Even more of it hasn't been written yet. There is very little left to do before the app is taken into beta. The last of it being an entire code cleanup that will fix hundreds of things that don't work quite properly yet. The reason why some things are being put out there broken is to see how issues come up most often to find the best ways. Other things are broken simply because the code that actually does the math is what need the overhaul the most so we will fix all the math code at once. So if there is a function that isn't working or an error where there shouldn't be during evaluation it will probably stay that way until beta. However if there is a problem with the interface we will try to fix it by the next update.

Recent changes:
**Now celebrating over 5000 lines of code**

Version 1.3.5
Persistence
The app will now load all of you input, functions, and variables from your last run.
So now everytime you open the app it will look exactly like when you closed it.

Graph zooming improvements
The graph zooms and changes grids in a way that makes alot more sense now

The next version will be nearly an entire new subsystem, expect major speed improvements and no glitches.
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Free
82
4.1
User ratings
7
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
0
File size
151 kb
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About Mathulator
**Now Celebrating Over 5000 lines of code***

**Warning this is an alpha version, the app is incomplete and no number given by it should be considered correct until the app is actually release, you have been warned**

**This project has been orphaned. No one is currently developing it as the project was too large for one programmer to manage.**

Ever hated the fact that good graphing calculators are so expensive. When you have to have a good calculator but you don't want to pay $100, you can't do the work properly, and you can't get it done without hours of work, or at least an internet connection. Well now there is Mathulator.

It makes no sense that you have a phone or a tablet that is capable of doing everything that expensive calculator can do but still have to get it anyway. Not anymore. Mathulator aims to be the ultimate calculator, capable of doing anything those amazing graphing calculators can do, in color, with a touchscreen, and in your pocket wherever you are.

For those of you who are familiar with those fancy-shmancy it will still fit right in. The syntax and input is the same format as most new Texas Instruments calculators with only a few exceptions.

or if you want to take a look at the source check out
http://code.google.com/p/mathulator-alpha/

As of now there is a lot of Mathulator that doesn't work. Even more of it hasn't been written yet. There is very little left to do before the app is taken into beta. The last of it being an entire code cleanup that will fix hundreds of things that don't work quite properly yet. The reason why some things are being put out there broken is to see how issues come up most often to find the best ways. Other things are broken simply because the code that actually does the math is what need the overhaul the most so we will fix all the math code at once. So if there is a function that isn't working or an error where there shouldn't be during evaluation it will probably stay that way until beta. However if there is a problem with the interface we will try to fix it by the next update.

Recent changes:
**Now celebrating over 5000 lines of code**

Version 1.3.5
Persistence
The app will now load all of you input, functions, and variables from your last run.
So now everytime you open the app it will look exactly like when you closed it.

Graph zooming improvements
The graph zooms and changes grids in a way that makes alot more sense now

The next version will be nearly an entire new subsystem, expect major speed improvements and no glitches.

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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Nov 29, 2011
Buttons Great app! You should add a button map or something instead of the keyboard though; like the n-spire layout! I'd help for free if you want!
A Google User
Nov 29, 2011
Buttons Great app! You should add a button map or something instead of the keyboard though; like the n-spire layout! I'd help for free if you want!
Brandon
Nov 29, 2011
Buttons Great app! You should add a button map or something instead of the keyboard though; like the n-spire layout! I'd help for free if you want!
A Google User
Oct 23, 2011
Great work! Nothing to complain about anymore.
Finnboy11
Oct 23, 2011
Great work! Nothing to complain about anymore.